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Tallest Buildings of Bay Area 2021

Spear Tower in One Market Plaza from Treasure Island, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Number 21: Spear Tower at One Market Plaza, SoMa, San Francisco

The 21st tallest tower in the Bay Area planned or built is Spear Tower in SoMa, San Francisco. Rising to a 564-foot pinnacle, Spear Tower is the taller of a two-towered complex, One Market Plaza. Rising across the Embarcadero, the development was completed in 1976, connecting the two new towers with the 11-story 1916-built Landmark Building on Market Street. Welton Becket Associates is the building architect.

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One Sansome Street, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Number 22: One Sansome Street, Financial District, San Francisco

One Sansome Street ranks as the 22nd tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area, planned or built. With a rooftop height 551 feet above street level, the structure is host to over half a million square feet of office space available in the Financial District since it opened in 1984. William L. Pereira & Associates, best remembered for designing the Transamerica Pyramid, was the architecture firm behind One Sansome.

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The Harrison viewed from beside Jasper, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Number 23: The Harrison on Rincon Hill, SoMa, San Francisco

The Harrison at 401 Harrison Street is the 23rd tallest skyscraper in the Bay Area planned or built with a rooftop height of 541 feet above street level. The project is the shorter of the two-towered Rincon Hill complex that has redefined the city’s skyline in SoMa, San Francisco. The project has come to define the ascension of Rincon Hill and the East Cut as an extension of high-rise residential development to accommodate the tech boom of the 21st century.

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30 Van Ness Avenue, design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz . Rendering by Steelblue

Number 24: Partial Demolition Starts for 30 Van Ness Avenue, Civic Center, San Francisco

Scaffolding has been erected for the partial demolition at 30 Van Ness Avenue, where a future mixed-use tower with affordable housing is expected to become the 24th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built. The 540-foot tower will create 333 condominiums and nearly a quarter of a million square feet of commercial office area in San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood by City Hall. Lendlease is the project developer.

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